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Old 10-10-2019, 12:59 AM #61
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Congrats and very nice RotaryDreamz.

Good luck coming your way.


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Spooked my trophy on the last day of this zone for me. My buddies tagged, though. No bragging rights, but put meat in the freezer for the year. Unexpectedly snowed on us for a day as well. It was a good week.

Leaving Thursday night for a couple days in another zone. Wish me luck.

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So after accepting the fact that I cant go this weekend....

I'm going to be delivering a piece of equipment too Eastern Mt which is the zone I drew my Antelope tag for. Going to be taking the company truck and trailer, and a sleeping bag too sleep in the truck, and hopefully wake up Saturday morning and shoot a Buck Antelope. Going to be calling a few ranches today too see if they will let me on! Hopefully it all works out and I can be home by lunch time!
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Hey guys, just made the switch from a pick up to 4Runner and this is my first hunting season without a truck. I mostly duck hunt and was wondering if anyone had any recs for a roof rack or basket that I can throw some decoy bags on or a layout blind or two? Thanks.
I fit 2 alps zero gravity layout blinds, eight goose floaters, 4 goose full bodies, 3 dozen duck decoys, and have a fold up aluminum dock cart painted up. All fit inside the back of my 5th gen. no problem. Do have a Prinsu 7/8 rack but have never used it for transporting decoys etc. but I think if youre moving around more decoys than me it would work well as you can adjust the load bars as needed unlike the SSO racks ( one of the main reasons I went with the Prinsu). When I transport more decoys, I use a enclosed 5x10 cargo trailer but to be honest, the 4runner tows like s***. Others on the site will probably roast me for saying this. Hopefully you have many cupped wings this year!

PS Look into a canvas back cargo look liner. They protect the floor and back of your seats when you fold them down and its pretty easy to clean up the mud off them.
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I fit 2 alps zero gravity layout blinds, eight goose floaters, 4 goose full bodies, 3 dozen duck decoys, and have a fold up aluminum dock cart painted up. All fit inside the back of my 5th gen. no problem. Do have a Prinsu 7/8 rack but have never used it for transporting decoys etc. but I think if youre moving around more decoys than me it would work well as you can adjust the load bars as needed unlike the SSO racks ( one of the main reasons I went with the Prinsu). When I transport more decoys, I use a enclosed 5x10 cargo trailer but to be honest, the 4runner tows like s***. Others on the site will probably roast me for saying this. Hopefully you have many cupped wings this year!

PS Look into a canvas back cargo look liner. They protect the floor and back of your seats when you fold them down and its pretty easy to clean up the mud off them.
Thanks for the info...Im usually running 5 to 6 dozen dekes and have dog kennel in the back when duck hunting. Goose hunts different story with the spreads we have to throw out for those white devils. Good luck this season as well!
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Success opening morning!

Slept in the truck, woke up and he was bedded down 75-100 yards away.

Aint the biggest but sure it tasty. Wife's happy I came home early too!
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Success opening morning!

Slept in the truck, woke up and he was bedded down 75-100 yards away.

Aint the biggest but sure it tasty. Wife's happy I came home early too!
Congrats! Best feeling ever to tag 1st thing in the morning.
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